Section 1: The power of leadership
Explain the difference between good and bad leader behaviors and the human impact of each.
Section 2: What blocks you from being a great leader?
Name the four great leader behaviors and provide examples of each.
Section 3: The four high impact leadership behaviors
Practice the four leadership behaviors for fifteen minutes per day for two weeks.
Section 4: Improve your workplace
Summarize the neuroscience behind why we don't like bad bosses.
Section 5: How great leadership gives you better performance
Establish a leadership legacy by practicing a few simple daily behaviors in the workplace.
Lecture 13: Have something to give? Trust building!
The law of reciprocity describes a powerful concept in psychology and anthropology. When someone gives you something, you feel obligated to give something back. When humans repeat give and take consistently, they build trust. A great leader has many “gifts” at hand to offer: knowledge, time, expertise, vision, opportunity and so forth.
The key to successful trust building is to consciously think about which gifts you will give to which employee everyday, and then doing it. If you are consistent, trust will build over the next few months.